Reviewed by, Luta Wolf
Genre: Contemporary romance, Multicultural
When I first noticed the book I totally sighed because I’ve seen this plot a hundred times. I took a chance though for the simple fact that it takes place in Africa and that really intrigued me. However, while I really did enjoy the book there is a lot of typical plot. Sadly, it did lack originality until you get to the characters. Don’t get me wrong you have the typical
egotistical, handsome, leading man and well Chantelle is every bit the typical jaded female but the chemistry and vulnerability given to these two characters pulled everything together. Through the journey of the book you start to think of these two as people you can relate to and would have a kinship with in real life.
I really wish the author had taken a little more time on the details. The plot could have been slowed down and a lot more been put into the fact that this book is placed in Africa and not just any Africa but a thriving Africa. We so rarely see this that it would have added flavor to the book to have expanded on it. All together though this was an enjoyable chocolate read
that’s recommended to those with a sweet tooth.